- Supermarket will give £5,000 of vouchers to the winner of the nationwide competition to spend on their school’s Breakfast Club
- Lidl is the NSPCC’s charity partner and has already raised £2 million for the charity’s school service
Lidl is giving primary school children across England, Scotland and Wales the chance to win £5,000 of vouchers to be spent on providing a better breakfast for their fellow pupils.
The supermarket is running the nationwide competition with its charity partner, the NSPCC, to give a boost to one school’s Breakfast Club.
To enter, all teachers need to do is get their pupils to tell Lidl and the NSPCC why they love their school.
This can be done in 100 words or less (poetry or prose), via a short video no more than one minute long, or through a scanned in picture (either a photograph or a drawing).
The competition is free to enter and runs until January 3rd, 2020, with the only criteria being that submissions must be an original work. Find more details and terms and conditions at www.nspcc.org.uk/lidlschools
Michael McGrath, Head of Partnerships from the NSPCC said:
“We are hoping as many teachers as possible enter their pupils in the competition and make it really difficult for us to choose a winner
“We are very grateful to Lidl for making this competition possible and giving one child the chance to provide a nice boost to their school’s breakfast club.”
Georgina Hall, Head of Communications and CSR from Lidl said:
“Lidl is aiming to raise £3 million in three years for the NSPCC to help the charity reach one million primary school children through their Speak out. Stay safe service.
“The schools programme has been designed to teach young children about the different types of abuse and to encourage them to speak out if they are worried about anything.”